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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201344223 10/31/2006 0729700 X 2013 Ammonia Line Rupture Kills One Worker, Injuring Two
82 200623957 09/13/2006 0454722 X 8748 Worker Cleaning Tank Dies From Burns And Gas Inhalation
83 202004834 09/08/2006 0317000   5144 Six Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Exposure
84 200102515 09/05/2006 0522300 X 7389 Employee Dies By Toxic Inhalation
85 201070539 08/23/2006 0950632   7549 Employee Is Injured While Cleaning Sewer Line
86 201561792 08/01/2006 0854910 X 3471 Employee Dies From Exhaust Flowing Into Breathing Apparatus
87 200992881 06/25/2006 0551800 X 9224 Firefighter Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
88 201108768 06/21/2006 0950624   2037 Employee Inhales Hydrogen Peroxide
89 200355477 04/20/2006 0453710 X 8361 Employee Dies From Exposure To Infectious Disease
90 201182987 04/19/2006 0950611   3441 Employee Suffers Illness While Welding
91 200211951 03/04/2006 0626000 X 4953 Two Employees Die From Toxic Gas Exposure
92 201635885 02/14/2006 1054191   8211 Employee Is Injured When Overexposed To Sulfuric Acid
93 201954542 02/10/2006 0522000   1741 Employee Faints From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide Fumes
94 202077301 01/31/2006 0453730 X 2869 Employees Are Injured In Chemical Explosion; One Dies
95 201352994 01/26/2006 0419700 X 1799 Worker Dies From Methylene Chloride Intoxication
96 200554160 01/04/2006 0625700 X 7538 Employee Is Killed In Toxic Confined Space
97 202365391 12/19/2005 1055350   175 Employee Overcome In Oxygen-Deficient Room
98 201178910 11/15/2005 0950621   9221 Police Officer Sustains Heat-Related Illness While Training
99 200002095 11/07/2005 0728500 X 3442 Employee Killed By Heart Attack After Chemical Exposure
100 201178753 10/01/2005 0950621   1799 Employee Suffers Heat Stress While Removing Roof

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